US Army Garrison Daegu
Daegu, SK 1 (315) 768-7112
In Use: 1950-Present
Base Type: Army Garrison
United States Army Garrison Daegu, also known as USAG Daegu is a medium-sized United States Army Garrison headquartered in the Nam District, Daegu DaeguMetropolitan City in South Korea. USAG Daegu provides base operations and support for Camps Henry, Walker and George in Daegu, Camp Carroll in Waegwan, Chilgok County, the Busan Storage facility and Pier 8 in Busan Metropolitan City, the DLA Disposition Services in Apo-eup Gimcheon and various other remote mountaintop sites. USAG Daegu also provides support to the United States Navy at Commander Fleet Activities Chinhae in Jinhae-gu, to the United States Marine Corps at Camp Mujuk in Pohang, and the United States Air Force at K-2 Airfield colocated at the Daegu International Airport. Nearly 10,000 Soldiers, Family members, Civilian employees, KATUSA Soldiers and Korean employees live and work on USAG Daegu installations.
USAG Daegu is a subordinate unit to the United States Army Installation Management Command, Pacific Region (IMCOM Pacific) in Hawaii. IMCOM Pacific reports directly to Installation Management Command, a single organization with four regional offices worldwide, which was activated on October 24, 2006. IMCOM replaced the Installation Management Agency, which was established to manage U.S. Army installations worldwide. USAG Daegu manages base operations on six U.S. Army installations and 11 sites in Area IV, which stretches from south of Daejeon to Busan, and provides support to the U.S. Navy at Fleet Activities Chinhae in Jinhae and the U.S. Marine Corps at Camp Mujuk in Pohang. It is responsible for safety and security, construction, family care, food management, environmental programs, well-being, logistics, public works and all facets of installation management on the installations. USAG Daegu supports 42 separate units and agencies with about 10,000 U.S. military, KATUSA Soldiers, American and Korean civilian employees, contractors and American family members who work and or live on Area IV installations.(Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Army_Garrison_Daegu)
All Military and their Families arriving in Korea by a commercial airline will fly into Incheon International Airport. The U.S. Armed Forces has a First Replacement Company (1RC) Liaison Office in the airport to assist you when you arrive.
There are several means of transportation available for you to use to get to USAG-Yongsan (Seoul):
Military Buses – These buses are there to bring Military personnel and their Families to USAG-Yongsan, but command sponsored Families have priority over non-command sponsored Families when it comes to being the first seated on the buses. Liaison Office Personnel will try to accommodate everyone and the cost is free. Liaison Office Personnel are present at the Korea Customs declaration point to direct you to the appropriate Military reception area. Military member MUST take the bus, unless picked up by their sponsor. Pets are not allowed in the cabin of the bus and must ride under in the luggage storage.
CC- Camp Carroll, CG- Camp George, CH- Camp Henry, CW- Camp Walker
CH: The Sustainer Grill Dining Facility, Bldg 1610
CC: Champions Cafe 765-1406/1407
Military & Family Readiness
EFMP Family support
USAG Bldg 1103, Daegu, KS 96218 – 0562
USAG Daegu 768-8072
19th ESC 768-7158/7574
Fire Emergency Service
CH: DSN 315-768-7009 CML 011-82-53-470-7009
CC: DSN 315-765-7721 CML 011-82-54-970-6974
Kim Gwangseok Memorial Street
2238, Dalgubeol-daero, Jung-gu,
Daegu 41951, South Korea
200, Duryugongwon-ro, Dalseo-gu,
Daegu 42666, South Korea
57, Gangjeongbon-gil, Dasa-eup, Dalseong-gun,
Daegu 42917, South Korea
Dalseung Korea-Japan Friendship Center
206, Urok-gil, Gachang-myeon, Dalseon-gu,
Daegu 711-863, South Korea
Daegu, South Korea
342, Hwaam-ro, Dalseo-gu,
Daegu 42829, South Korea
Daedeoksa 574-116 Apsansunhwan-ro,
Daegu 42502, South Korea
Bullo-dong Ancient Tomb Park
335, Bullo-dong, Dong-gu,
Daegu, South Korea
Gyeongsam Gamyeong Park
21, Pojeong-dong, Jung-gu,
Daegu, South Korea
Daegu Art Museum
40, Misulgwan-ro, Suseong-gu,
Daegu 42250, South Korea
Wood Medical Clinic – Camp Walker
USAG DaeGu, Unit 15375, APO, AP 96218
Phone (DSN) 315-764-5595 (Camp Walker) /315-765-8505 (Camp Carroll)
Mon, Tues, Wed, Fri 0900. – 1700., Thu 1300 – 1700.
Mon – Wed 0800 – 1600., Thu 1300 – 1600., Fri 2000. – 1600.
Welcome to Camp Walker Health Clinic. We want to briefly introduce you to our clinic and tell you what the clinic has to offer you as a patient. From the Soldier to the Civilian we offer a wide variety of services.
Our Mission Statement
“Provide a quality patient centered system of health to improve wellness and readiness”.
Frequent numbers called
Appointments: 737-2273 (CARE)
Nurse Advice Hotline TRICARE- (800) 874-2273 Opt 1
Primary Care Appointments- (800) 600-9332
TRICARE for Life- (866) 773-0404
Tricare partners with United Healthcare Military & Veterans as its regional contractor in the Western United States to provide health care services and support to beneficiaries.
Tricare Home Page allows access to Enroll in or Purchase a Plan, File or Check a Claim, View Referrals, Find a Health Care Provider, Change Your Primary Care Manager, Compare Plans, Manage Prescriptions and much more.
Nurse Advice Line TRICARE: (800) 874-2273 Opt 1.
The Nurse Advice Line is available to all TRICARE beneficiaries in the U.S., except those enrolled in US Family Health Plan. You can call the Nurse Advice Line 24/7, at no cost to you, to talk to a registered nurse who can: Answer your urgent care questions.
New to TRICARE:
Learn more about TRICARE- Watch an overview video & take free public TRICARE courses online.
You can make Primary Care appointments, check lab results and even order your pharmacy refills using TOL, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Contact: (800) 600-9332
TRICARE For Life:
Contact- (866) 773-0404
TRICARE for Life is your Medicare-wraparound coverage for TRICARE-eligible beneficiaries who have Medicare Part A and B. TRICARE for Life beneficiaries can receive care at military hospitals and clinics, but only on a space-available basis.
TRICARE Pharmacy Program:
The TRICARE Pharmacy Program provides the prescription drugs you need, when you need them, in a safe, easy, and affordable way.
Customer Service Community Directory:
The directory helps you connect with a Beneficiary Counseling and Assistance Coordinator (BCAC), Debt Collection Assistance Officer (DCAO), or other member of the customer service community. If you have questions or issues specific to a single clinic or hospital, contact someone listed for that facility.
You may contact any customer service community representative for general TRICARE issues.
Must be registered in the DEERS program to be eligible for TRICARE
Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System:
The numbers for Fairchild Air Force Base have low accuracy due to its unique utilization. Entire companies are rotated through on a regular basis, so large portions of the phone directory are subject to change without notice. Please contact the base operator at (509) 247-1212 if you experience any difficulty reaching your desired contact.